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  • C Jay Oct 02, 2008

    Sorry, well at first I didn't have enough memory so I cleared some up. Then I got the DVD to burn for a while, then it cut off in the middle and said it couldn't continue, can't remember the error sorry.



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You'll have to be more specific if you want some help. Describe what is happening.

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